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  • 'Game of Thrones' duo to adapt Baltimore author Stephen Hunter's novel

    'Game of Thrones' duo to adapt Baltimore author Stephen Hunter's novel
    Word from Hollywood is that former Baltimore Sun and Washington Post movie critic Stephen Hunter's 1995 novel, "Dirty White Boys," will be the next project for David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, the pair behind HBO's hugely successful "Game of Thrones."...
  • East Hartford Library Offering Printable Museum Passes

    EAST HARTFORD — Museum passes are now available through a new "print on demand" program on the public library's website, according to Library Director Susan Hansen. Anyone with internet access can reserve a museum pass online up to 30 days in...
  • Crash Victim Marina Keegan's Essays, Stories In New Book 'Opposite of Loneliness'

    Crash Victim Marina Keegan's Essays, Stories In New Book 'Opposite of Loneliness'
    Nearly two years after her death in a car accident days after graduating from Yale, Marina Keegan's essays and stories are being published by Scribners in a book released on Amazon this week called "The Opposite of Loneliness." The stories and essays...
  • Another look at how badass Dwayne Johnson is in "Hercules"

    Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson continues to show just how much of badass he will be in his hotly anticipated new film "Hercules" coming out July 25. Just released is a second trailer for the film in which a glowering Johnson, playing the titular character,...
  • Sue Townsend, British author of 'Adrian Mole' books, dies

    LONDON (Reuters) - British author Sue Townsend, who found international fame chronicling the travails through life of self-obsessed "Adrian Mole", has died aged 68, her publishers said on Friday. Townsend, who had to dictate novels in her later years...
  • Archie's going to die? How other comics could end

    Archie's going to die? How other comics could end
    We learned this week that beloved Archie Comics character Archie Andrews will die in an upcoming comic book, ending a decadeslong career in which he bravely exposed the struggles lovable all-American guys face when they have to choose between a super-rich...
  • Why a Loss for Aereo Wouldn't Threaten Cloud Services

    Aereo, which will fight for its life before the Supreme Court next month, has issued dire warnings that if its TV-streaming service is ruled illegal, it would spell the doom of "cloud-based" services like Dropbox or Google Drive. "If the broadcasters...
  • Review: Dad's in charge in the funny, smart 'Surviving Jack'

    Review: Dad's in charge in the funny, smart 'Surviving Jack'
    There is something both touching and irritating about Justin Halpern's dogged determination to build a career out of his father's matter-of-fact insights and profane lyricism. Halpern, you will remember, was one of the first to prove that Twitter...
  • Intoxicating mix of booze, written word long-lived

    Intoxicating mix of booze, written word long-lived
    The relationship between taverns and writers (and other artists) has long been established and celebrated. It has also been derided, mostly by people who don't go to taverns. The tavern — or bar, saloon, gin mill, dive, pub or whatever you want to...
  • Tribune Co. Reports Earnings, Revenue Declines for 2013

    Tribune Co. saw earnings and revenue hits last year at its broadcasting and publishing units, according to the full-year and fourth quarter financial statements released Friday. Some of the declines were attributable to the extra week in its 2012 results...
  • Getting a read on the city with Edward W. Soja's 'My Los Angeles'

    When people say that Los Angeles is hard to read, as they often do, they're usually not talking about books. They're talking about the city itself or rather the megalopolis, made up of dozens of cities. It is this sprawling, tangled, confusing,...